Polleke

Polleke

Love story in a multicultural society

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:Dutch
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on book,  

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John Joseph M (gb) wrote: As with all anthologies some segments don't quite pull it off but The Mother of Toads and Sweets plus the creepy theatre wrap around are darkly enjoyable.

Bonnie L (ca) wrote: One of the best films I've seen this year.A must see.

Jerry D (ag) wrote: The cover of this movie depicts a Gargoyle squatting over a dead hooker, therefore I give this movie top marks.

Michael T (it) wrote: VERY surprised at the negativity, very visionary film. I didn't see much wrong, it had so very progressive theories and pushed the limit of the power of accepting fate and your path in life. Deep film

Heather M (ca) wrote: Probably won't watch this.

Aki M (au) wrote: In his last film Senegalese director Ousmane Sembne handles female circumcision or correctly female genital mutilation. It is very hard but important subject, while in some African countries 90% of women is mutilated. Fortunately there is also much humor to prevent the movie to be too heavy. It is also interesting to watch African culture with joy, singind and dance. The score by Boncana Maga is magnificant.

HungYa L (es) wrote: A rather clever thriller drama. Might give one a different aspect looking at the jury system after watching it. If only the jury could be controlled and manipulated like it said in the movie...

Lovyn L (gb) wrote: It was really a breakthrough. Some original moves and incorporation of surrounding into the choreography. The plot is great and nice shot from Africa.

Vishal U (es) wrote: A 1990s Bollywood Classic. Highly recommended.

Brent A (ru) wrote: Terrier having an existential crisis. This movie kicks ass!

Samantha S (ca) wrote: Very very satisfying! I was tremendously looking forward to Tennant's performance alongside Stewart, but they blew me away! Emotive, hilarious, with a solid interpretation, not to be missed ^^